List of Commemorative Months - October


  • Adopt a Shelter Dog Month National Veterinary Technician Week is the second full week of October
  • Domestic Violence Awareness Month
  • Black History Month (UK)
  • National Book Month
  • National Work and Family Month
  • National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
  • National Chiropractic Health Month
  • National CyberSecurity Awareness Month
  • National Brain Tumour Awareness Month (CAD)
  • Filipino American History Month
  • LGBT History Month
  • National Bullying Prevention Month
  • National Spina Bifida Awareness Month -
  • Sudden Cardiac Awareness Month -

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Other articles related to "october":

2031 - Predicted and Scheduled Events - October
... October 29 – Transit of Venus from Uranus. ...
1839 - Events - October–December
... October 3 – In the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, a railway between Naples and Portici (7.4 km length) is inaugurated by H.M ... October 15 – Abd al-Kader declares a jihad against the French ...
1813 - Events - October–December
... October 5 – War of 1812 – Battle of the Thames in Upper Canada William Henry Harrison defeats the British, and native leader Tecumseh is killed in battle ... October 14 – After a ceremony in Caracas, Venezuela, the municipality gives Simón Bolívar the title of El Libertador ... October 16–October 19 – Battle of Leipzig Napoleon is defeated ...
October Symbols
... October's birthstones are pink tourmaline and opal ... The Zodiac sign for October are Libra (until October 22) or Scorpio (October 23 onwards) ...
1932 - October
... October 1 – Babe Ruth makes his famous called shot in the fifth inning of game 3 of the 1932 World Series ... October 3 – Iraq becomes an independent kingdom under Faisal ... October 13– Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes lays the cornerstone for a new U.S ...

Famous quotes containing the word october:

    The autumnal change of our woods has not yet made a deep impression on our own literature yet. October has hardly tinged our poetry.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)